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mentioned this morning in e- mail's that we are trying to talk to debra johnson but she is not attempting to make any effort to speak with us. about this 5% imposed on the driver's and there are other cities where 5% as charged, but they know the fact that in other cities, it is way cheaper than san francisco. san francisco, drivers pay $104. in chicago, drivers pay $50. that is no competitor to san francisco. in other cities, there is no competitor with san francisco. $104 is the highest rate drivers are paying. about the terminals, the word is this second credit card backseat machine. this machine is to benefit somebody personally and push this machine through our throats. there is no need for this machine in san francisco. she promised this would be stopped and about 100 machines are there. that will be it until we do further studies, but a few days ago in the meeting, they say you cannot stop us. we will sue you if you stop us. we need debra johnson to pay attention and have a meeting with us. >> next speaker, please. >> and good afternoon, board of directors. i'm from aero cab co. an
abungled response. debra villalon is live now where some of the survivors say their friends didn't have to die. >> reporter: the man who owns this boat says he may sell it. he is so turned off by the thought of going back on the water. plus his buddy who helped him restore it has not made it back hope. >> reporter: it hits henson as he battles his sunburn and watched his buddy sink. refloated for 19 hours. like his friend crugar who is back home. >> he looks great. we're grateful. all us wives are. >> reporter: among the missing, their friend batista. he had organized the trip and was last seen struggling with a life jacket. >> in they woke us up earlier, we would have all gotten out safe. >> reporter: instead chaos, with no distress call made, rescue came only after some survivors managed to swim out to shore. >> we spend hours out on the water just because of ignorance. >> reporter: there's anger toward a crew that seemed to care only for itselfs and concern for friends unaccounted for. >> we still hope. >> reporter: most of these men came home with literally the souvenir t-shi
in america and also around the globe. i'm debra mckenzie. coming up later for you, there are claims the ex-military commander of the libyan rebels was murdered by men from his own side. >> hello, i'm debra mckenzie. we have breaking news now, as we know that the u.s. senate has rejected the bill to increase the nation's borrowing limit, and we have a news conference. we've got pictures of the setup of that news conference, which you can see on your screens now. nobody there at the moment. we are expecting harry reid, who's leader of the congress. just to bring you up to date, the congress, as i say, has voted against the republican bill, as we expected. the senate was voting against it. lawmakers in fact voted 59-41 against measures to raise the $14 trillion u.s. debt ceiling and allow washington to pay its debts. the bill had earlier been passed by the house of representatives. the deadline for a deal on the debt is tuesday, august 2. well, let's move away from those live pictures of that expected news conference and join marcus george, our correspondent in washington. marcus, it was all
. in a story you will see only on 2, debra villalon road along with the officers for an up close look at what they're doing, debra -- >> reporter: well the pretty night lights of nevado don't reflect the reality, gangs are leer and becoming more bold. >> anybody inside, police department. >> reporter: a new gang suppression team is knocking and talking. checking known hot spots and checking known gang members. they photograph his tattoos and move on. >> they're hispanic gangs for the most part. nortenos and surenos. >> reporter: more prevalent in san rafael's canal district. >> there's definitely an up tick in the violence. there's no longer fistfights. there's weaponed involved, there's retaliation. >> reporter: mainly they prey on each other but gang violence affects others. someone could have easily been caught in the cross fire. >> how old are you? >> 18. >> where do you live? >> reporter: with traffic stop, surveillance and compliance check, this teen wants gangs to know nevado is not safe haven. >> a couple of digital scales. >> reporter: marijuana, paraphernalia, a switchblade and a st
will see only on 2, debra villalon road along with the officers for an up close look at what they're doing, debra -- >> reporter: well the pretty night lights of nevado don't reflect the reality, gangs are leer and becoming more bold. >> anybody inside, police department. >> reporter: a new gang suppression team is knocking and talking. checking known hot spots and checking known gang members. they photograph his tattoos and move on. >> they're hispanic gangs for the most part. nortenos and surenos. >> reporter: more prevalent in san rafael's canal district. >> there's definitely an up tick in the violence. there's no longer fistfights. there's weaponed involved, there's retaliation. >> reporter: mainly they prey on each other but gang violence affects others. someone could have easily been caught in the cross fire. >> how old are you? >> 18. >> where do you live? >> reporter: with traffic stop, surveillance and compliance check, this teen wants gangs to know nevado is not safe haven. >> a couple of digital scales. >> reporter: marijuana, paraphernalia, a switchblade and a stockpile of spr
reentry. i also want to thank and acknowledge debra atherton. thank you. supervisor mirkarimi: it is nice to see everybody. jeff is generous. i was not expecting to be up here. i know you have had a productive day. i think that the public defender's summit is something not to be missed and a template for the rest of california and probably the nation to follow. i am proud of our public defender. i am proud of our criminal justice partners because over the last four years, we have seen a great amount of innovation. jeff and i started the city's first reentry council, and it might be bewildering to you, but before we started it, believe it or not, those stakeholders in the criminal-justice system really very irregularly rarely would come together and talk about ways that we might mitigate, reduce our recidivism rate. great progress has been made, but san francisco still needs to step up its game. i was delighted to hear the conversation that took place here, but no the statistic that for every four people that sanford's is the police department arrests and the da prosecutes, nearly three ar
many of us hit the road. some of us are even driving on it. be aware. >> tonight debra wiener takes a look at a scam that often tart -- starts overseas and can target people who are planning a visit to ocean city. >> who does not want the sun and sand of the ocean, especially when a good deal of jumps out at you? >> the price was good. the pictures of the place looked beautiful. it was right in the location we're looking for. >> it was everything and as they soon discovered, and nothing at all. a fake real-estate agent for an ocean city property. it is even worse for others to pay up front for rental and show up and realize there is no rental at all. >> technology is incredible, and we are all susceptible to a really good deal, but sometimes you have to say is it really too good to be true? >> now your 11 insta-weather- plus forecast with tom tasselmire. >> temperatures above normal again today. it is actually more humid to our south and east, and that is where the showers and storms have been dominating the atmosphere today. around baltimore a warmer than normal day. we hit 89 of t
remarkable. the way that the polls shifted on this and it does seem debra, to be a response to people just knowing gay couples. >> i agree. it's very hard to look at uruguay friends who are a couple and adopted children or had children through some method. and say to them no you cannot be a couple you cannot be afforded federal protections. and i agree with congressman lewis when he said dr. martin luther king, jr. would consider this a civil rights issue. we used to have a prohibitions against interracial marriages and say that could not be a marriage. i don't have a problem. the church can call a marriage who they want to call a marriage but when we are talking about benefits that should be afforded to all americans that is where people are making the distinction. >> we can get into the debate whether gay marriage is right or now, the fact is where people in any state in the country have been given the chance to vote on it and there's 31, voters everytime in states like california rejected it. only has gay marriage passed when the courts put it into play or a state legislator put it into
, debra villalon is with a family that three men are back because they left a fourth brother behind. >> reporter: they fish together as often as they can, in fact, they've made this mexico trips a couple of times before. >> our brother ryan he's the one that woke us up. he said the ship is sinking. >> reporter: raising to the deck then swept into the bay. these brothers bare the scars of hours in the water. but the scars are nothing compared to the pain of losing their brother. >> we're keeping the hope, but as the days go on i realize there's less and less chance. >> reporter: less chance of finding one of the seven men left behind. on water or on one of the tiny islands of sea of cortez. families are eager to see a search team. >> i have to believe there had to be two or three people trapped in the boat. that may put some closure. >> reporter: happy reunions are shattered by those still missing. they wept on vacation expecting to be gone a week and now their friends and families are grappling with the unthinkable. these brothers say if anyone can make it bryan can. his wife and tw
's the promo for the movie and tonight it's reality for potter fans. debra villalon is with the wizards where it's a mix of excitement. >> reporter: this party is jammed with fans ready for the film 90 minutes away. until then they are enjoying snacks, scavenger hunts, and contests. costume fans are camping out to be the first to see potter deathly hollows. and waiting they speak potter. >> the moguel world is out there and we are the wizards. >> reporter: seven book, eight movie, a phenomenon that captured a generation and got them reading about characters that grew up with them. >> there's a story about friendship and evil. >> we went to florida to university studio, we went in april. >> reporter: the mix of magic and adventure and emotional so intoxicating. and what's scarier than the dark lord? a world without potter if not for the online community. >> people are still chatter, rewriting their own endings, rewriting the beginnings. the history of the patter family. his ancestors, it's pretty crazy. >> potter is about being accepted that's what that entire war is about. seems like a good p
is near canyota college. debra villalon has the story. >> reporter: the person in that car was not hurt and neither was the pilot. he was the only one on board that plane. the chp says it's amazing that everyone walked away from this. the emergency landing of a cessna 210 that had just taken off from san carlos airport about 10 miles away. the pilot did radio a may day to air traffic control before gliding the plane down to the freeway. the pilot doesn't want to be interviewed about his mechanical interview, but the aircraft built 35 years ago had just gotten a new engine and was on a test drive when that new engine quit. you can imagine traffic got out of the way but one driver was clipped from behind. >> she was just in shock basically. and very understandably so. she basically, she was driving, right after that she saw a plane behind her. >> reporter: the last couple of hours the tension has shifted to getting the plane off the shoulder of 280. it has a 37-foot wind span. it stands 10 feet tall at its highest point and taller on a flat bed truck. so going through three overpasses fr
and tonight it's reality for potter fans. debra villalon is with the wizards where it's a mix of excitement. >> reporter: this party is jammed with fans ready for the film 90 minutes away. until then they are enjoying snacks, scavenger hunts, and contests. costume fans are camping out to be the first to see potter deathly hollows. and waiting they speak potter. >> the moguel world is out there and we are the wizards. >> reporter: seven book, eight movie, a phenomenon that captured a generation and got them reading about characters that grew up with them. >> there's a story about friendship and evil. >> we went to florida to university studio, we went in april. >> reporter: the mix of magic and adventure and emotional so intoxicating. and what's scarier than the dark lord? a world without potter if not for the online community. >> people are still chatter, rewriting their own endings, rewriting the beginnings. the history of the patter family. his ancestors, it's pretty crazy. >> potter is about being accepted that's what that entire war is about. seems like a good place where everybody can
returning after their charter boat capsized in mexico. ktvu's debra villalon has firsthand account from the fishermen. >> reporter: they are avid fishermen, experienced boaters but nothing would have prepared them for sinking in the middle of the night. and they say the captain who could have helped them, didn't. >> reporter: it's emotional for this retired chp officer, the fear and isolation waiting for rescue realizing no distress call was made, he had a life vest but didn't know the fate of his friends. >> we went down there to have a nice time. and it gals me that the whole crew was saved, we lose seven and none of this is our fault. >> the captain, he was just a jackass. >> reporter: survivor lugo is happy to be home. but thinking about his friends hurting him. >> i saw him trying to put his life vest on and i remember telling him, let's go, let's go. >> reporter: the best life vests on board were taken by the crew, not waking up the men. hanson says it might be a while before he returns to the water, in fact, he says he might sell this boat after the experience. debra villalon. >
miserable. >> yesterday's triple digit heat index did not keep people from being outside. debra wiener has more. >> it was a die-hard concertgoer who would not let whether from appreciating bso under the stars. john williams was a draw, but coping skills were required. >> i came up with wet hair out of the shower. >> we had a water balloon fight. >> maryland is in good company. records broke on friday in new york with 104 degrees and 108 degrees in newark, new jersey. >> i do not come outside much, but i had to. >> in the nation's capital, the heat index topped 112 degrees which has not happened in more than one decade. >> this is too much. it is too hot. what are you going to do? >> more than 132 million people are under a heat alert. these firefighters use wet towels to try and stay cool. >> these are designed to protect us from burns, but they do not allow body heat to dissipate. >> more than two dozen heat- related deaths have been reported. debra wiener, wbal-tv 11 news. >> your insta-weather + forecast. >> unfortunately, we're still talking about the high heat today. 90 at bwi marsha
. deputies are trying to solve a murder from last august. 52-year-old debra burgess was stabbed to to death in her home and her killer is on the loose. >> i am bothered by it, hoping someone will find out what's going on. >> police are hoping to close the open case and if you have information, you are asked to give them a call. we are working with families struggling to find answers like these. find and help with unsolved murders by going to abc2news.com/cold cases. >>> no arrest in the triple murder from northeast baltimore. three people were shot in a home and the house was set on fire. they have been identified as billy ray loveit, tanika gibbs and michael jones. police found the victims. no suspects have been arrested in the case. >>> a pasadena man will spent 4 years in prison after pleading guilty to pushing a stranger into the harbor. prosecutors say the victim couldn't swim and drowned after being pushed in. >>> baltimore city councilman robert curran says regrets the choice of word during a recent meeting with the community e said that if residents want fatter -- faster police time
debra johnson, who unfortunately had a medical appointment this morning. she wanted to extend our congratulations. ms. johnson has served this agency so incredibly well. particularly, our work with the union negotiations recently, successfully completed. she is an outstanding, dedicated member of the team here. we look forward to working with her for a long time in the future. i want to say one thing in particular. i think a lot of people from staff are here for the mta. one of the highlights for me was to meet with about 50 of the senior managers and directors, getting input in an incredibly awful experience. i came away more proud than ever. i appreciate the input. i believe our selection reflects all the qualities you talked about. let's talk about the candidate himself. he is one of 30 or 40 applicants for this job. we see in him someone that is a very fast learner, who has proven time and again 311 and also at his previous employment in washington. he and his family are daily muni writers -- riders. it is a 24/7 operation. he has done an outstanding job their. he also manages
that was ktvu's debra villalon reporting. ktvu obtained video of the men being rescued. you can view that video on ktvu.com just look under the lost fishermen tab. >>> we're getting new video of crews from northern california searching for any survivors in the gulf of california. the coast guard took off this morning. they're joined by searchers from the mexican navy. the coast guard says it expects to keep up the hunt until nightfall. then it will decide whether to return tomorrow. we'll have more on this developing story coming up tonight on the 10:00 news. >> two nummi operators tell ktvu news that many of their coworkers are using disabled plaquers for parking. our cameras found many drivers parking and leaving with vehicles with handicapped plaquers today. nummi operators told us off camera that the workers are either buying or obtaining those plaquers from relatives. disability activists say they want some answers. >> it's irritating, it's an abuse, if it's not legitimate. >> reporter: three months ago nummi implemented new rules making drivers pay $85 a month to park at its lots. a nummi
was convicted on four misdemeanors. all of this unfolding in an orlando, florida courtroom. fox's debra boden has the story. >> reporter: casey anthony tearing up as the verdict is read, over and over again, it's not guilty. acquitting her of first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter and aggravated child abuse. >> casey did not murder caylee. it's that simple. you cannot convict someone until they've had their day in court. >> reporter: casey could have faced the death penalty if convicted of killing her 2-year-old daughter, caylee. instead, she celebrated with her defense team. the jury did find her guilty of lying to investigators, but with nearly three years in jail already served, she could walk free within days. >> i never ever criticize the jury. theirs is the task of deciding what to believe. >> reporter: he was acknowledging there was no hard evidence, no confession, no eyewitnesss. it was months before searchers finally found little caylee's body tossed in the woods near the anthony home. that delay hurt their case. >> especially a case like this, which is the proof, with no smoki
for new leads in the death of debra burges. they hope one day justice will come for the woman. >> i am bothered by it. i hoping someone will find out what's going on. >> detectives are back in the mobile home park talking to neighbors. if you have any information, you are asked to call harford county police. >>> three people shot in a home set on fire in northeast baltimore have been identified. they are billy ray loveit, tanyika gibbs and michael jones. police got the call of a fire when they found the three victims. no suspects are in custody. >>> baltimore city councilman robert curran tried to clarify remarks he-- row marks he made during a -- remarks he made. he told about 30 people if they wanted faster police response time to a crime, when they call 911, tell the dispatcher the suspect has a gun. he says he regrets the choice of words he used but he was trying to draw atongs a much more important issue -- attention to a much more important issue. >> i knew what i was saying and my intented was to bring this -- intent was to bring this issue to a head and if i have to suffer the
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